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Who is the 'Most Intelligent' HP NZ Channel Partner in the World...?

23 Jul 14

Exeed claimed the playful honour of being the “Most Intelligent HP NZ Channel Partner in the World” last week, winning the annual HP Channel Quiz Night in Auckland.

Held in Auckland’s Bluestone Room, the relaxing and enjoyable evening was the third of its kind for the tech giant in New Zealand.

This year Exeed took out the hotly contested first prize and trophy, with Ingram Micro fighting their way to a respectable second place as the cleverly branded up Lexel team took out the Not Last prize.

“We are planning on expanding this event next year and bringing some more of our partners in as traditionally we have kept it quite small,” says Kim Mckay, Channels Programmes Manager, HP New Zealand.

“There is a definite fun theme to the evening for sure.”

The winners gets to take the trophy home for a year with their company name engraved on it, the trophy reads – Most Intelligent HP NZ Channel Partner in the World - and was previously won by Acquire and Dimension Data in 2012 and 2013 respectively.

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